We believe that patients are best supported in understanding their genetics via accredited practitioners with a deep understanding of the biochemistry and genomics involved in test interpretation and subsequent interventions. We run regular 3 day training courses in cities around the world.
The dnalife certification workshops provide a comprehensive review of the four DNA profiles, as well as the inclusion and discussion of cases in each profile. Your highly experienced lecturer will discuss the biochemical pathways involved in each test, and highlight the genes that impact these pathways.
After the workshop you should be equipped with the knowledge to use the 4 genetic profiles; dna health, dna diet, dna sport and dna oestrogen in practice.
Each gene in the different 4 profiles will be reviewed and healthcare practitioners will get insight to the relevant biochemistry and possible lifestyle interventions that may be required to optimize patient treatment and outcomes based on genotype.
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dnalife were one of the first companies in the world to offer nutrigenomic testing to clinical, nutritional and functional practitioners. Our test reports are designed to focus on key genetic areas relevant to particular functional requirements enabling the practitioner to focus on areas supported by robust research findings rather than having to interpret the entire gene sequence. We believe that DNA testing should be delivered via practitioners who are able to interpret the significance of the results. We support our test portfolio with in depth training support and accreditation for participating practitioners. More and more practitioners around the world have gained accreditation through our international courses or online training. dnalife accredited practitioners now help support the delivery of tests to patients either individually or in conjunction with their own practitioner via skype based consultations.
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